Finally available and free of charge; easy-step guides for anyone wanting to learn how to code and create cool Mobile App features
Online PR News – 23-May-2012 – London/Milan – (London, England) -- ChupaMobile, a leading marketplace for buying and selling app source code and components for Mobile Development, today announced a new Tutorial section available free of charge to people who want to learn how to code for mobile.
Each tutorial is presented as a step-by-step guide, allowing the user to follow the creation of a mobile component as found available in the ChupaMobile marketplace. For example, one of the tutorial shows how to develop an app similar to the famous Talking Tom which records a voice and replays it with special effects.
The ChupaMobile Tutorial section is open for submissions by Developers who want to step into the spotlight and help teach other users in the practice of mobile coding and mobile development.
"More than just a marketplace for mobile code and components, ChupaMobile is now also a great place to learn about coding for mobile. We strongly encourage skilled developers to contribute with training content to continue drive people to their work. Training others is an excellent way to showcase your skills and strengthen your position as a developer in the mobile community,” says Stefano Argiolas, co-founder of ChupaMobile.
The user base of ChupaMobile is currently growing at a rate of 50% per month. Supporting native applications (iOS, Android, Blackberry), and also a variety of frameworks including Appcelerator’s Titanium, PhoneGap, Adobe AIR, JQuery and Sencha Touch, ChupaMobile has been well received by the mobile community since its launch. In its first 5months, thousands of developers have signed up offering hundreds of mobile app components and source code.
About Chupamobile Ltd.
ChupaMobile is a community marketplace for Mobile App Components. It works like an App Store, where developers buy and sell cutting edge source code packages and components for a variety of Mobile development languages and frameworks.